So you've got your wedding dress, now what? You have to start thinking about how to complement your dress with the right shoes, accessories, hairstyle & makeup.
One of the most asked questions we get on styling your gown is what shoe and earring to wear with a KWH gown. We are loving the trend of a statement earring and an unexpected shoe so we have pulled together some of our faves that would suit one of our sequin, Wild Hearts or BESPOKE gowns. Less can be more if you are wanting an understated look but also, more can be more and we hope our recommendations give you the confidence to choose a bold statement piece - you won't look back!
Featuring KWH brides that wore statement pieces and some that paired their accessories back to let their gown shine.
Maddie wore the ANYA gown with Genevieve drape. She paired her dress with a pair of statement earrings from BHLDN (one of our go-to places for accessories at the moment!) You can find a similar pair from BHLDN here & another stunning pair we are in love with is the Bibi Marini 'Primrose' earring - to die for if you would like a little splurge.
Photography by Ali Bailey
We featured Lina on our blog last week - see her full feature here. She wore our Taryn/Camille DYG gown. We had SO many people fall in love with her earrings - they are a statement piece but still in a classic shape that makes it the perfect shape to make a non-embellished dress stand out. Lina found these earrings at Nordstrom two years ago in NYC so the exact pair, unfortunately, isn't available anymore, however, we did find the new version of it. The Teardrop Statement by Natasha Accessories. Runners-up for lovers of this style are the Daniella Chandelier Earring by BHLDN, the Josephine Earring by Stephanie Browne, and the Parisian Night earring by Samantha Wills.
Lina's stunning shoes with this incredible heel are by Dolci Firme.
Her veil is our two-tier cathedral length blunt cut veil.
Photography by APL Photography
Sam and Fraser - as featured on our blog here. Samantha looked stunning in her custom-made 'Harper/Nina' gown with high-low hemline and BESPOKE sleeves. Her earrings were handmade by Arabella Rocha (called the Golden Frangipani Earring). Do yourself a favour and check out ALL of her work. It is all so unique and modern.
Sam wore a KWH single tier, cathedral length veil.
Photography by Kait Barker Photography
Claire looked divine in our 'Lauren' gown from our NYC Flagship boutique. She wore blush pink velvet sandals with pearls by Miu Miu. These are definitely a splurge item! You can find a similar and slightly more subtle pink velvet heel here by Steve Madden.
Photography by Amber Gress
Natalie wore our Liliana gown and a pair of vintage style Elizabeth Cole 'Ingrid' earrings. Her and her wife Elani's blog is featured here. They were bold but delicate and really added a statement element to her look.
Sophie Daley from My Lens of Love
Sophia wore our Layla gown and Oval trains and will be featured on our blog soon - watch this space!! She wore the Lilico Crystal heels by Sophia Webster, showing us that yes, a sequin gown CAN handle embellished heels. Sophia Webster really can do no wrong!
Photographed by Ivy Road Photography
Wearing a beaded KWH gown and want some simple heels and earrings so your gown shines on its own? Follow Katie's lead and choose a simple pair of earrings by Swarovski and heels like these Sam Edelman Ariella Sandals. She wore our Lottie gown and you can read her full feature here.
Photography by Gui Jorge
Kylie wore our 'Rosemary' lace gown and nude slip. Their wedding was featured recently on our blog here.
Kylie wore a pair of Kookai earrings and a single tier cathedral length veil by KWH. These earrings by Annie Costello Brown would suit this look beautifully too. Statement options without the price tag - ABLE 'Echo' earring and The 2 Bandits 'Dart' Earring.
Photography by Katie Harmsworth
Christina wore our Blake/Prea DYG gown. She chose a small statement earring by Samantha Wills, a pair of heels by Famous Footwear and finished off her look with a KWH glitter tulle veil. Read Christina's blog feature here.